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DAUPHIN ISLAND
ALOE BAY

 

ABOUT ALOE BAY

The purpose of this project is to develop a “town center” master plan and urban design which will inform the development of Aloe Bay district. This project will be paid for with federal funding from the Department of the Treasury under the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf Coast States Act of 2012 (RESTORE Act). The grant is part of the State of Alabama’s RESTORE Act Direct Component funds that promote economic development and tourism.

The Aloe Bay project includes the planning and implementation of a mixed-use district with public facilities to enhance economic, tourism, and resident opportunities for the Town of Dauphin Island. The project will be implemented in three phases. Phase I includes planning and conceptual design of Aloe Bay along with a Meeting Space Study for the entire Island. Phase II will include design and engineering, permitting, development of project costs and preparation of construction plans and documents. Finally, Phase III is the construction period of the project.

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THANK YOU

January, 2021

Thank you to everyone that participated in the Aloe Bay Design Charrette! Our design team was excited to have engaged people who care deeply about the community and provided unique perspectives on their vision for Aloe Bay. Over the course of the charrette, our team held multiple online meetings, an in-person event, virtual studios, workshops and presentations in which more than 290 people participated in live! For more information on the charrette, please click the Charrette Hub link above.

As the project continues, updates will be posted to this website, as well as communicated through emails. If you have friends or family who wish to receive updates, have them visit the Keep in Touch section to sign up.

 

KEEP IN TOUCH

Do you want to get future project updates? Please provide your contact information if you wish to stay informed on the progress of the Aloe Bay project. As the project moves forward, the project team will provide periodic updates regarding community meetings, engagement opportunities, etc.

 
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PROJECT TEAM

Selected through a competitive process, the Dauphin Island Town Council chose the following team to lead the community through Aloe Bay design process. Over the next few months, each of these groups will be involved and assisting to determine the the feasibility and future vision of Aloe Bay.

  • Goodwyn Mills Cawood

  • Dover Kohl and Partners

  • Randall Gross Development Economics

  • Hargrove Engineers + Constructors

  • William H. Phillips, Jr., AIA, PC, Architect

 
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STEERING COMMITTEE

Participants on the Steering Committee are leaders in and around the community, who serve as ambassadors to the process. Their role is to ensure residents, property and business owners, tourists, and others related to Dauphin Island all have a voice in the process. 

  • Eric Bay

  • Renee Collini

  • Earle Connell

  • Robert Dixon

  • Pat Edwards

  • David Felton

  • Gene Fox

  • Craig Greene

  • Michael Hardy

  • Trish Kerr

  • Beth Lyons

  • Eliska Morgan

  • Tina Sanchez

Material from previous Steering Committee meetings will be posted below. 

 
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DOCUMENT CATALOG

Through the course of the Aloe Bay process, important documents will be posted. These documents have  information which is important to the current overall project process and previous steps which the community has taken to arrive at this opportunity.

Previous communications on the Aloe Bay process are included below. If you wish to receive updated, please visit the Keep in Touch section of the site.

 

QUESTIONS

Do you have a question about Aloe Bay? Feel free to reach out and we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RECEIVING PROJECT UPDATES, PLEASE VISIT THE KEEP IN TOUCH SECTION OF THIS SITE AND PROVIDE YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION THERE. 

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